ultrasonic transducer

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ULTRASONIC TRANSDUCER: ultrasonography of the abdomen

ultrasonic transducer

A device used in ultrasound that sends and receives the sound wave signal.
See: probe; illustration
See also: transducer
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Ultrasonic sensors are utilized to quantify the separation between the auto body and the street surface and this information is gotten by the microcontroller.
To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated from the sales of ultrasonic sensors to end-users.
The U500 has a special place in the range of ultrasonic sensors due to its versatile performance.
Different ultrasonic sensors are used to compare the performance of industrial standard sensor like WRA1 with ultra high speed sensor like EZ0 under same driving speeds.
The discs are used in ultrasonic sensors, and Morgan says that ultrasonic products are rapidly replacing mechanical meters in gas and water usage measurement, as part of the drive to measure usage more accurately for energy efficiency.
2011) suggested the use of ultrasonic sensors and proportional electro-valves with the corresponding software and automation, which allowed real time modification of the sprayed flow rate adapted to the crop structure of the vineyard.
SRX is the latest to incorporate Cadillac's "control and alert" strategy that employs advanced technologies -- including radar, cameras and ultrasonic sensors -- to help prevent crashes.
Two non-contact ultrasonic sensors aimed at the bubble below the frost line allow for immediate correction by the intake/exhaust blowers via the AC inverter-controlled blowers.
A set of two non-contact ultrasonic sensors are aimed at the bubble below the frost line where size changes.
has hired Erik Latranyi as its new sales and marketing manager to help the company boost its production of ultrasonic sensors.
Abstract: Experimental control system for caterpillar mobile robot featuring ultrasonic sensors with analog echo signal processing is described.
The ultrasonic sensors are connected to a programmable and trainable neural network classification system to help pipeline operators reduce "out of spec" costs, energy usage and material waste, even in the most complex monitoring environment.